|Occurred : 2/10/2001 18:30 (Entered as : 02/10/01 1830)
Reported: 7/31/2002 10:54:21 AM 10:54
Location: Calgary (Canada), AB
Duration:1 1/2 hours
|Two cloud-shrouded craft, joined by a cylinder, traversed the night sky; a power outage occurred as they passed overhead.
To the naked eye what appeared looked like the planet Venus. Through a telescope, two craft were seen, both shrouded in clouds - the only cloud in the entire sky. The objects were maintaining positions parallel to one another, but offset by about half their length. Joining the two appeared to be a tube-like construction, also wrapped in cloud, but not to the extent that the cylindrical shape wasn't obvious. Windows were clearly apparent at the end of one craft, which was poking out from behind it's cloud cover. The joined pair traversed the night sky in about one and a half hours, and when directly overhead, North Calgary lost its electricity. On a cloudless night, the small wisp of cloud covering the craft remained in position at all times.